Baby Girl has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Baby Girl

FEMALE
Born: July 17, 2016
Colour: Brown Tabby & White
Eyes: Green
Spayed & Vaccinated

Microchipped

✔ Quiet home
✔ Active home
✔ Adult home
?  Children under 12
✔ Children over 12
✘ Other cats
✔ Dogs (passive)
✔ Indoors only

Rescue:

It is always a sad situation when a cat is left outside to try and find food and shelter for itself, and kindness from strangers. It isn’t always possible and often their pleas for help are ignored. “Don’t feed the cat and it will go away.” To where? It’s hungry and it’s frightened from being on guard all the time from predators and unkind people. Such was the case of Baby Girl’s mother Kitty Kitty, it seemed that she had given up and just laid right down in the open gutter, waiting for someone to help her. Her last ditch effort (no pun intended). Finally someone took note and notified one of our volunteers. Upon being pet and picked up, it was obvious that KK was very pregnant. A short time later, in the safely of her foster home she had two kittens (one was Baby Girl) and they all thrived in Pet Patrol care. Fast forward two years and all three of the cats had long been adopted, but then we received a call from Baby Girls owner. She was hardly home any more, jobs had changed, lifestyle change and she felt she just couldn’t give her kitty the time she deserved. So Baby Girl is back in Pet Patrol care.

Personality:

This is one sweet girl! Baby Girl fit right into the sanctuary, where there are a lot of cats living, playing and waiting for their forever home. She would sit in her kitty bed on the window sill and watch all the other cats and kittens play, and keep an eye on the neighbourhood as well. She is very gentle and loving, and likes to be pet, cuddled and brushed too. Although Baby Girl was fostered in a home with dogs, other cats and older children and was part of the family, we feel she would do best as an only cat. She is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One that will welcome her into the family and keep her safely indoors.